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The change in geology as we entered the park was stark with hills of somewhat crumbling sandstone boulders and dirt suddently changing to solid rock mountains.
Returning to the campground at dusk it was drizzling rain and continued to rain though the night. In the morning we found a coating of meting snow on everything.
We revisited the park later in the morning. The drizzle continued of and on during the day. We still managed to get quite a few good pictures with the clouds adding a somewhat dramatic element many of the images.
Ina at the end of the paved trail.
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